ISO stands for International Organisation for Standardization. This is to encourage the global standardization . This is for the quality certification for the products, services, materials. Information and quality management. ISO registered products makes the product or services a quality product as it brings more credibility to the products. It is important to obtain ISO certifications as it certifies the company’s management system , manufacturing procedure, service or documentation process.
ISO9000 is an internationally recognized Quality Management System. ISO 14001 is meant for environmental-management systems.
This makes the customer satisfy and they it makes them trust on the services as it is internationally recognised.
First Step: Selection of the certification type
Second Step: Basic Informaton
Third Step: Drafting of the Approval
Fourth step: ISO Certification
QusWhat does ISO stands for?
AnsISO stands for International Organization for Standardization and it refers to a worldwide alliance of national standards bodies
QusWhat is ISO 9001?
AnsISO9001 is an internationally recognized Quality Management System.
QusWhat is the role of BIS ISO9000?
AnsBIS are actually the National Standards Body of India and also a founder member of the ISO. In India, it is the BIS officials as well as industry and quality specialists who participate in the meetings of the Technical Committee and the sub committees of the ISO.